MV Kuzma Minin
|Operator:||Murmansk Shipping Company|
|Port of registry:||Murmansk, Russia|
|Builder:||Nordic Yards Warnemunde|
|Tonnage:||23,169 t DWT|
|Length:||180.5 m (592 ft)|
|Beam:||22.89 m (75.1 ft)|
|Draught:||6.7 m (22 ft)|
|Speed:||10.5 knots (19.4 km/h; 12.1 mph)|
Kuzma Minin (Russian: Кузьма́ Ми́нин) is a bulk carrier, registered in Murmansk, Russia. The bulk carrier delivers cargo around northern Europe, and visits ports such as Arkhangelsk, Gdańsk, Riga and Port Talbot. The name is given to commemorate Kuzma Minin, a hero of Russian resistance during the Time of Troubles.
The single deck ship was built in 1980 by Nordic Yards Warnemunde of Rostock, Germany, and measures 180.5 metres (592 ft) by 22.89 metres (75.1 ft) with a deadweight tonnage of 23,169 tonnes. The ship is registered in Murmansk and is operated by the Murmansk Shipping Company.
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